Sunday, May 12, 2013 | Track & Field
2013 MVC Outdoor Track & Field Championship

The 2013 Missouri Valley Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championship will be held at Drake Stadium in Des Moines, Iowa. Drake will serve as host of the Championship that will start on May 10 and conclude on May 12. The Indiana State men and Wichita State women won the outdoor event in 2012.

The Indiana State men and women swept the team championships at the 2013 MVC Outdoor Track & Field Championship. The Sycamore men won by 30 points, edging out Wichita State, while the Indiana State women beat out the Shockers by just 1.5 points.

The Indiana State men won its ninth overall outdoor championship, while the Sycamore women won their seventh overall championship in the outdoor meet.

Men's Final Team Scores
1.  Indiana State - 198.50
2.  Wichita State - 168.50
3.  Southern Illinois - 161
4.  UNI - 113
5.  Drake - 85
6.  Illinois State - 71
7.  Bradley - 11

Women's Final Team Scores
1.  Indiana State - 166.50
2.  Wichita State - 165
3.  Illinois State - 136
4.  Southern Illinois - 119
5.  Missouri State - 91
6.  Northern Iowa - 76.50
7.  Drake - 41
8.  Bradley - 23

Final Results (PDF)

Men's Most Valuable Athlete (most total points)
Maurice Lyke, Indana State
Tomas Cotter, Wichita State

Men's Most Outstanding Track Athlete
Greggmar Swift, Indiana State (6th in nation in 110m hurdles)

Men's Most Outstanding Field Athlete
Tim Glover, Illinois State (2nd in nation in javelin)

Men's Elite 18 Winner
Stevan Jordan, Drake (4.0 GPA in Pre-Pharmacy)

Women's Most Valuable Athlete (most total points)
Tanya Friesen, Wichita State - 30.75 total points

Women's Most Outstanding Track Athlete
Sade Sealy, Illinois State (2nd in nation in 400m)

Women's Most Outstanding Field Athlete
Felisha Johnson, Indiana State (3rd in nation in shot put)

Women's Elite 18 Winner
Sadie Darnell, Southern Illlinois (4.0 GPA in Elementary Education)

MVC Track & Field Info.

Meet Info.

Facility

Event Preview 

Outdoor Best List

Schedule of Events

Drake Stadium

Final Results (PDF)

Men's NCAA Descending List

Heat/Lane Assignments

Directions

Men's Records

Women's NCAA Descending List

Pre-Championship Poll

Local Weather

Women's Records


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LIVE RESULTS

Schedule/Results

 Friday, May 10

 Event Recap
 Decathlon
 100m
 Results

Wichita State junior Austin Bahner turned in a season-best time of 10.63 to take the first event of the decathlon, while UNI freshman Brandon Mortensen finished second (10.93). Sycamore senior Robert was third, clocking a career-best time of 11.07. 

Current Decathlon standings (top 5) after one event: Bahner, WSU (945); Mortensen, UNI (876); Webb, INS (845); Boese, WSU (814); Hickey, WSU (808).   

 Decathlon
 Long Jump
 
Results

Shocker Austin Bahner won back-to-back events in the men's decathlon, taking first in the long jump with a season best leap of 7.30m, while a pair of UNI Panthers finished second and third, respectively. Brandon Mortensen turned in a career-best mark of (7.09m), while senior Daniel Gooris registered a season-best 6.92m.

Current Decathlon standings (top 5) after two events: Bahner, WSU (1,831); Mortensen, UNI (1,711); Webb, INS (1,621); Gooris, UNI (1,584); Boese, WSU (1,557). 

 Decathlon
 Shot Put
 Results

Wichita State's Mac Griffith took top honors in the shot put portion of the decathlon with a career-best toss of 13.47m. Panther Daniel Gooris finished second (13.36m), while Shocker Austin Bahner was third (12.80m).

Current Decathlon standings (top 5) after three events: Bahner, WSU (2,486); Gooris, UNI (2,273); Mortensen, UNI (2,226); Boese, WSU (2,170); Griffith, WSU (2,146).

 Decathlon
 High Jump 
 Results 

Wichita State's Mac Griffith took home top honors in the decathlon high jump event with a season-best jump of 2.02m (6' 7.5"). UNI's Brandon Mortensen (1.99m) and Daniel Gooris (1.96m) finished second and third, respectively.

Current Decathlon standings (top 5) after four events: Bahner, WSU (3,147); Gooris, UNI (3,040); Mortensen, UNI (3,020); Griffith, WSU (2,968); Webb, INS (2,911).

 Decathlon
 400m
 Results

Wichita State swept the top-three spots in the 400-meter dash. Austin Bahner took top honors for the third time today in the 400-meter dash portion of the decathlon, notching a season-best time of 49.47. Shocker senior Justin Hickey came in second (50.32), while Tobias Boese was third finishing in a time of 50.53.

Current Decathlon standings (top 5) after five events: Bahner, WSU (3,986); Gooris, UNI (3,792); Mortensen, UNI (3,781); Griffith, WSU (3,731); Webb, INS (3,687).

 Heptathlon
 100m Hurdles

 Results

UNI's Paige Knodle led the pack in the first event in the heptathlon, clocking in with a career-best time of 13.68 in the 100m hurdles. Wichita State's Tanya Friesen took second (14.12), while Drake senior Briana Isom Brummer finished third (14.29).

Current Heptathlon standings (top 5) after one event: Knodle, UNI (1,024); Friesen, WSU (961); Isom Brummer, DU (938); Larch-Miller, WSU (901); Steffen, INS (886). 

 Heptathlon
 High Jump
 Results

Tanya Friesen of Wichita State won won the high jump portion of the heptathlon after clearing 1.75m. Indiana State junior Rachael Johnson was second, clearing a career-best 1.69m, while Wichita State sophomore Jaclyn Abrahamian finished third after topping 1.60m.  

Current Heptathlon standings (top 5) after two events: Friesen, WSU (1,877); Knodle, UNI (1,656); Isom Brummer, INS (1,639); Johnson, INS (1,625); Steffen, INS (1,622).  

 Heptathlon
 Shot Put

 Results

Wichita State swept the top three positions in the shot put portion of the heptathlon, as freshman Nikki Larch-Miller took top honors with a career-best toss of 11.58m, while freshman Gavyn Yetter finished second (11.15m) and Tanya Friesen was third with a career-best 10.76m.

Current Heptathlon standings (top 5) after three events: Friesen, WSU (2,456); Larch-Miller, WSU (2,235); Knodle, UNI (2,188); Johnson, INS (2,150); Steffen, INS (2,110). 

 Heptathlon
 200m

 Results

Paige Knodle of UNI won her second event of the day with the fastest 200-meter time, a career-best 24.47.  Tanya Friesen of Wichita State came in a close second finishing in a season-best 24.66, while her Shocker teammate Nikki Larch-Miller finished in third-place with her time of 24.85.

Current Heptathlon standings (top 5) after four events: Friesen, WSU (3,374); Larch-Miller, WSU (3,136); Knodle, UNI (3,124); Johnson, INS (2,907); Steffen, INS (2,886). 

 Women's Hammer
 Throw
 Results
Illinois State senior Brittany Smith took home the gold medal in the women's hammer throw with a season-best toss of 66.71m (218' 10"), which currently ranks sixth in the nation. Southern Illinois sophomore DeAnna Price finished second with a toss of 65.18m (10th in the nation), while her Saluki teammate Kim Fortney came in third with a throw of 62.35m (16th in the nation).    
 Men's Hammer
 Throw
 
 Results
Southern Illinois senior J.C. Lambert becomes the league's third-ever three-time winner in the men's hammer throw, launching a throw of 67.22m (220'6"), setting a Missouri Valley Conference all-time and outdoor championship record. Indiana State senior Brandon Pounds, last year's outdoor champion, finished second with a toss of 64.87m, while SIU sophomore Bradley Sauer was third with a career-best throw of 62.45m.
 Women's Javelin
 Results
UNI sophomore Paige Knodle took the javelin title with a career-best throw of 46.20m (151' 7"). Wichita State's Jaclyn Abrahamian took second with a toss of 42.03m, while her Shocker teammate Tanya Friesen finished third with a career-best launch of 41.93m.   

 Women's Pole Vault
 Results

Indiana State senior Nicole Hope took the crown in the women's pole vault with a clearance of 4.03m (13' 2.50"), while her Sycamore teammate Richelle Kimble finished second (3.93m). Wichita State senior Cassie Craig, the two-time reigning champ in the event, was third (3.83m).

 Men's Javelin
 Results

Illinois State senior Tim Glover, the reigning two-time NCAA outdoor champion in the men's javelin throw, becomes the league's second four-time champion in the event, tossing a season-best mark of 78.33m (257' 0") to win the event (currently ranks second in the nation). Wichita State's Jon Rizzo finished second with a season-best 70.70m, while Drake senior Kevin Harp was third with a career-best toss of 65.25m.

 Women's 10,000m
 Results

Wichita State senior Aliphine Tuliamuk-Bolton (34:44.01) broke her own Missouri Valley Conference Outdoor Championship record by nearly 10 seconds to win the 10,000-meter event for the second consecutive season. Illinois State junior Kimberly Christensen finished second with a career-best time of 35:44.36, while Bradley sophomore Sarah McMahon was third with a time of 35:48.60.   

 Men's 10,000m
 Results

Indiana State freshman John Mascari took home the title in the men's 10,000-meter, clocking a time of 30:00.05, while Illinois State junior Ryan Rutherford was second (30:07.57). SIU's Brian Dixon (30:14.07) finished third.        

Saturday, May 11

 Decathlon
 110m Hurdles
 Results

Indiana State senior Robert Webb took the 110m hurdles portion of the decathlon, clocking a career-best time of 14.66, while UNI senior Daniel Gooris finished second (career-best 14.79). UNI freshman Brandon Mortensen finished third with a career-best time of 14.93.

Current Decathlon standings (top 5) after six events: Bahner, WSU (4,794); Gooris, UNI (4,667); Mortensen, UNI (4,639); Webb, INS (4,578); Griffith, WSU (4,548).    

 Decathlon
 Discus

 Results

Austin Bahner of Wichita State won the discus event of the men's decalthon registering a mark of 45.19m (148' 3"), while his Shocker teammate Mac Griffith finished second with a career-best mark of 43.50m. UNI's Daniel Gooris finished third with a season-best launch of 42.11m.

Current Decathlon standings (top 5) after seven events: Bahner, WSU (5,565); Gooris, UNI (5,375); Griffith, WSU (5,284); Mortensen, UNI (5,115); Webb, INS (5,107). 

 Decathlon
 Pole Vault
 Results

UNI's Daniel Gooris won the pole vault portion of the decathlon event, clearing 5.20m (17' 0.75"). Wichita State's Tobias Boese finished second after clearing 4.60m, while his Shocker teammate Austin Bahner was third (4.50m).

Current Decathlon standings (top 5) after eight events: Gooris, UNI (6,347); Bahner, WSU (6,325); Griffith, WSU (5,957); Webb, INS (5,838); Boese, WSU (5,790).  

 Decathlon
 Javelin

 Results

UNI's Ben Lindaman took the victory in the javelin throw portion of the event, tossing a career-best 60.21m. UNI's Daniel Gooris finished second with a career-best 57.52m, whiile Shocker junior Austin Bahner was third with a career-best 55.86m.

Current Decathlon standings (top 5) after nine events: Gooris, UNI (7,048); Bahner, WSU (7,001); Griffith, WSU (6,553); Hickey, WSU (6,349); Boese, WSU (6,332).   

 Decathlon
 1,500m

 Results
Wichita State’s Justin Hickey crossed the finish line first for the 800-meter victory in the heptathlon, clocking a career-best time of 4:25.87, while UNI's Daniel Gooris was second (4:31.87). Wichita State senior Tobias Boese came in third, crossing the line in 4:50.34.     

Decathlon Final
 Results

UNI senior Daniel Gooris took home the gold medal in the men’s decathlon, becoming the first-ever four-time winner at the MVC Outdoor Track & Field Championship. Gooris finished first or second in seven of 10 events and third in another two events, compiling a career-best total of 7,780 points, which currently ranks eightn in the nation. Wichita State's Austin Bahner won four decathlon events and finished in second-place with a career-best total of 7,5949points. Shocker senior Mac Griffith came in third-place after finishing with a career-best 7,109 points.

Final Decathlon Standings: 1) Daniel Gooris, UNI (7,780); 2) Austin Bahner, WSU (7,599); 3) Mac Griffith, WSU (7,109); 4) Tobias Boese, WSU (6,949); 5) Justin Hickey, WSU (6,874); 6) Robert Webb, INS (6,870); 7) Ben Lindaman, UNI (6,832); 8) Brandon Mortensen, UNI (6,722); 9) Dean Jordan, SIU (5,309). 

 Heptathlon
 Long Jump
 Results

Wichita State's Tanya Friesen won Saturday's first heptathlon event with a leap of 6.10m in the long jump. Kelly Steffen of Indiana State finished second with a season-best mark of 5.79m, while UNI sophomore Paige Knodle was third with a jump of 5.72m.

Current Heptathlon standings (top 5) after five events: Friesen, WSU (4,254); Knodle, UNI (3,889); Larch-Miller, WSU (3,767); Steffen, INS (3,672); Isom Brummer, DU, (3.486). 

 Heptathlon
 Javelin

 Results

UNI sophomore Paige Knodle landed the top mark in the javelin throw, registering a mark of 43.74m (143' 6"), while Shocker teammates Tanya Friesen (41.75m) and Jaclyn Abrahamian (36.45m) finished second and third, respectively.

Current Heptathlon standings (top 5) after six events: Friesen, WSU (4,955); Knodle, UNI (4,628); Larch-Miller, WSU (4,280); Steffen, INS (4,165); Steffen, INS (4.165).  

 Heptathlon
 800m
 Results

UNI's Paige Knodle notched the 800-meter victory of the heptathlon, clocking a time of 2:18.23. Wichita State's Gavyn Yetter (2:22.96) and Indiana State's Kelly Steffen (2:23.93) were second and third, respectively, both clocking career-best times in the event. 

 Heptathlon Final
 Results 

Tanya Friesen of Wichita State took home the gold medal in the women’s heptathlon for the second-straight season, winning two of the seven events and finishing second or third in five others. Friesen notched a total score of 5,653 points. Paige Knodle of UNI won four events and finished in second-place with a career-best total of 5,476 points. Wichita State freshman Nikki Larch-Miller came in third-place after logging a total of 5,000 points.

Final Heptathlon Standings: 1) Tanya Friesen, WSU (5,653); 2) Paige Knodle, UNI (5,476); 3) Nikki Larch-Miller, WSU (5,000); 4) Kelly Steffen, INS (4,936); 5)Briana Isom Brummer, DU (4,843); 6) Rachael Johnson, INS (4,672); 7) Jaclyn Abrahamian, WSU (4,642); 8) Gavyn Yetter, WSU (4,600); 9) Haley Scott, MSU (4,120); 10: Sierra Hays, WSU (4,056).

 Women's Shot Put
 Results
Indiana State senior Felicia Johnson won the women's shot put event with a launch of 17.65m (57' 11"), which currently ranks third in the nation. Illinois State senior Brittany Smith finished second with a career-best mark of 17.38m, while SIU senior Kim Fortney was third (16.25m).   
 Men's High Jump
 Results
Drake's Ryan Cook edged out a pair of Shockers to take home top honors in the men's high jump with a mark of 2.08m (6'9.75"). Wichita State's Garret Lynch (2.03m) and Zach Budda (2.03m) finished second and third, respectively.  
 Women's Long 
 Jump
 Results
Missouri State senior Kimsue Grant took home the gold medal in the women's long jump for the second-straight year, becoming the league's third two-time champion in the even after tying a career-best leap of 6.33m (20' 9.25"). Wichita State's Tanya Friesen finished second (6.04m), while Indiana State's Carmelia Stewart was third after topping her previous career-best mark by over two feet (5.99m).  
 Men's Shot Put
 Results

Southern Illinois freshman Josh Freeman took home top honores in the men's shot put with a toss of 17.70m (58'1'), while Indiana State junior Chris Fields was second (16.58m), while SIU's Greg Semanisin was third (16.33m).

 Women's High
 Jump
 Results
Wichita State's Ashley Petersen freshman Ashley Peterson cleared the winning height of 1.76m (5; 9.25") to take home top honors in the women's high jump. Last year's champion, Kenya Culmer of SIU was second (1.73m), followed by Wichita State's Tanya Friesen (1.73m) in third. 
 Men's Long Jump
 Results
Indiana State junior Maurice Lyke took home top honors in the men's long jump, turning in a winning leap of 7.46m (24' 5.75"). Wichita State junior Austin Bahner finished second (7.29m), while SIU senior Eric Reeves was third (7.28m).   

 Women's 100m
 Hurdles -
Prelim

Advancing to the final: Stacia Weatherford, INS (13.55); Sarah Yeager, DU (13.63); Natalie Morerod, WSU (13.94); Shanice Andrews, WSU (13.86); Remy Abrought, SIU (13.87); Paige Knodle, UNI (13.96); Marissa Smith, DU (14.06); Gabriella Ade-Onojobi, MSU (14.08). 

 Men's 110m
 Hurdles
 Prelim
Advancing to the final: Greggmar Swift, INS (13.74); Sebastian Barth, UNI (13.92); Maurice Lyke, INS (14.09); Matt Benes, SIU (14.14); Adarius Washington, INS (14.29); Duane Brown, INS (14.39); Kemar Jones, SIU (14.43); Ryan Newtoff, UNI (14.45). 
 Women's 400m -
 Prelim
Advancing to the final: Sade Sealy, ILS (53.81); Althia Maximilien, MSU (54.89); Sam Cameron, UNI (56.33); Macey Black, INS (56.52); Maddie Beeler, UNI (56.61); Shandel Ellis, ILS (56.74); Whitney Westrum, DU (57.07); Kiara Giles, WSU (57.17). 
 Men's 400m -
 Prelim
Advancing to the final: Nikolai Gall, SIU (47.55); DJ Lindsay, WSU (47.94); Mike Flores, WSU (48.25); Kevin Piraino, INS (48.31); Alex Reed, WSU (48.47); Antonio Farley, ILS (48.47); Brett Wright, DU (48.48); Jordan Guske, UNI (48.50). 
 Women's 100m -
 Prelim
Advanding to the final: Shavonne Husbands, MSU (11.61); Katie Wise, INS (11.68); Demetra Camble, INS (11.68); Amiris Warren, SIU (11.74); Pernell Joseph, MSU (11.77); Kaisha Martin, INS (11.81); Danyelle Cole, DU (11.81); Tiara Winston, DU (11.99). 
 Men's 100m -
 Prelim
Advancing to the final: Derek Kramer, UNI (10.50); Matt Benes, SIU (10.59); Justin Baxtron, INS (10.60); Shaun Smith, INS (10.61); Keith Housley, INS (10.66); Samuel Glomstad-Foster (10.75); Sebastian Barth, UNI (10.81); Nathan Schreiber, ILS (10.81). 
 Women's 800m - Prelim Advancing to the final: Leeann Michl, INS (2:11.05); Rachel Sudbury, BU (2:11.72); Alex Wilson, UNI (2:12.01); Clarissa Johnson, WSU (2:13.05); Molly Cashman, UNI (2:13.57); Taylor Scholl, DU (2:14.32); Amber Clock, UNI (2:14.96); Kristen Zillmer, ILS (2:16.14).
 Men's 800m -
 Prelim
Advancing to the final: Christopher Hamilton, ILS (1:53.19); Tyler Rippel, ILS (1:53.39); Ryan Krogmann, UNI (1:53.58); Jake Wike, WSU (1:54.35); Omet Kak, DU (1:54.36); Kelvin Busienei, WSU (1:55.02); Ryan Hocker, WSU (1:55.98); James Saxton, DU (1:56.16). 
 Women's 400m 
 Hurdles -
 Prelim

Advanding to the final: Stacia Weatherford, INS (59.70); Oarabile Babolayi, MSU (1:00.60); Tess Shubert, SIU (1:01.12); Natalie Morerod, WSU (1:01.36); Emily Roberts, UNI (1:01.59); Jenna Combs, ILS (1:01.96); Sarah Yeager, DU (1:02.30); Taylor Thomas, WSU (1:03.92). 

 Men's 400m Hurdles-
 Prelim
Advancing to the final: Jonathan Jackson, INS (52.34); Arqeil Shaw, INS (52.63); Max Tuttle, INS (52.73); Travis Marsh, DU (53.27); Ryan Newtoff, UNI (53.42); Ray Skamay, INS (53.60); Brett Kohler, SIU (53.83); Javar Cruz, ILS (54.47).
 Women's 200m -
 Prelim

Advancing to the final: Shavonne Husbands, MSU (23.53); Katie Wise, INS (24.02); Whitney Westrum, DU (24.23); Shandel Ellis, ILS (24.28); Sade Sealy, ILS (24.31); Althia Maximilien, MSU (24.32); Amiris Warren, SIU (24.41); Demetra Camble, INS (24.43).

 Men's 200m -
 Prelim

Advancing to the final: Justin Baxtron, INS (21.51); Keith Housley, INS (21.57); Matt Benes, SIU (21.63); DJ Lindsay, WSU (21.77); Steven Jordan, DU (21.86); Alex Reed, WSU (21.88); Charles Brown, UNI (21.92); Antonio Farley, ILS (22.16). 

 Women's 3,000m 
 Steeplechase

 Results
Illinois State swept the tope three positions in the women's 3,000-meter steeplechase, with senior Elise Sigg (10:26.87), edging out teammates Kristen Zilmer (10:26.88) and Kelly McShea (10:26.92).     

 Men's 3,000m 
 
Steeplechase
 Results

Wichita State senior Tomas Cotter led from start to finish to take the victory in the men's 3,000-meter steeplechase. Cotter clocked a time of 8:56.87, becoming the fifth-ever two-time champion in the event. Indiana State's Dustin Betz crossed the finish line in 9:00.95 for second place, while Drake's Robert McCann was third (9:01.56).  

 Sunday, May 12 

 Men's Pole Vault
 Results

UNI senior Daniel Gooris cleared 5.06m (16’ 7.25”), defeating Wichita State's Alex Freshour, who topped 4.96m. Doerflein was also the champion in 2010. Illinois State's Thomas Jean finished third with a height of 4.86m. 

 Women's Discus
 Results
Indiana State senior Felisha Johnson took home the women's discus title, launching 53.28m, while Wichita State freshman Mariah Grace was second (53.77m). Illinois State senior Brittany finished third with a toss of 52.17m.  
 Women's Triple 
 Jump 
 
 Results
Missouri State senior Kimsue Grant, last year's runner-up, took home top honors in the women's triple jump with a season-best leap of 12.79m (41' 11.50"). Wichita State senior Courtney Reinke was second (career-best 12.66m), while SIU's Kenya Culmer finished third (12.53m).    
 Men's Discus
 Results 
UNI junior Jordan Williams defended his men's discus title with a launch of 56.22m (184' 5"), while a pair of Salukis, Curtis Wideman (55.21m) and Josh Freeman (48.97m) finished second and third, respectively.  
 Men's Triple Jump
 Results
Southern Illinois senior Douglas Palacious defended his title in the men's triple jump championship with a leap of 15.45m (50' 8.25"). Indiana State's Maurice Lyke was second with a leap of 14.98m, while Shazz Michael Lindo of Wichita State finished third (14.66m).       
 Women's 4x100m
 Results

The Indiana State quartet of Kaisha Martin, Macey Black, Demetra Camble and Katie Wise edged out Missouri State in a tight finish to take the women's 4x100-meter relay title with a time of 45.16. The Bears turned in a time of 45.40, while Southern Illinois finished third (45.91).   

 Men's 4x100m 
 Results
The Panther team of Cam Brown, Sebastian Barth, Jordan Guske and Derek Kramer clocked a time of 41.68, taking the men's 4x100-meter relay crown, just edging out Wichita State (41.68), while Drake took third (41.70).  
 Women's 1,500m
 Results
Illinois State junior Kristen Zilmer out-kicked her teammate Kelly McShea on the final lap to take the women’s 1,500-meter crown. Zilmer clocked a career-best time of 4:27.31, while McShea inished second at a career-best 4:28.18. UNI's Alex Wilson was third with a time of 4:31.39, also a career-best.   
 Men's 1,500m
 Results

Wichita Staet senior Tomas Cotter finished strong on the final lap to take the men's 1,500-meter title in a time of 3:50.02. Indiana State's Dustin Betz took second (3:50.82), while UNI junior Calvin Kibby finished third (3:53.15).

 Women's 100m
 Hurdles  - Final 
Results

Drake senior Sarah Yeager (career-best 13.48) took the gold medal in the 100m hurdles, acing out Indiana State's Stacia Weatherford (career-best 13.63). Drake senior Marissa Smith finished in third in a season-best time of 13.64. 

 Men's 110m Hurdles
 -  Final 
Results
Indiana State junior Greggmar Swift defends his 110m hurdles title, crossing the finish line first in a season-best time of 13.52, which currently ranks sixth in the nation. His Sycamore teammate Maurice Lyke was second (13.90), while UNI sophomore Sebastian Barth finished third in a career-best time of 14.03. 
 Women's 400m -
 Final
Results
Illinois State senior Sade Sealy became the second four-time outdoor champion in the women's 400-meter dash, clocking a career-best time of 52.01, which currently ranks third in the nation. Sealy also broke both the MVC Outdoor Championship and all-time MVC record. Missouri State sophomore Althia Maximilien was second with a season-best 53.26, while Illinois State's Shandel Ellis was third with a career-best 54.20.   
 Men's 400m - Final
 
Results
Southern Illinois freshman Nikolai Gall won the men's 400-meter dash with a career-best time of 47.59. Wichita State sophomore Alex Reed was second with a career-best 47.94, while Drake junior Brett Wright finished third with a career-best time of 48.04.        
 Women's 100m - Final Results Indiana State freshman Katie Wise crossed the finish line first to win the women's 100-meter dash, clocking a career-best time of 11.41. SIU sophomore Amiris Warren finished second (11.51), while Missouri State freshman Shavonne Husbands was third with a career-best time of 11.66.   
 Men's 100m - Final
 Results
UNI senior Derek Kramer broke the tape in the men's 100-meter dash with a time of 10.54, acing out a pair of Sycamores in Indiana State’s Keith Housley (10.65) and Shaun Smith (10.67).  
 Women's  800m - Final Results Indiana State senior Leann Michl, last year's runner-up, won the women's 800-meter run title, crossing the finish line in a time of 2:08.73. Illinois State freshman Kristen Zillmer finished second (2:11.15), while UNI sophomore Amber Clark was third with a time of 2:12.12.   
 Men's 800m - Final
 Results
Illinois State took the top two spots in the men's 800-meter final, with freshman Christopher Hamilton edging out sophomore Tyler Rippel. Hamilton clocked a career-best time of 1:51.40, while Rippel came in at a career-best 1:52.20. Wichita State's Ryan Hocker was third (1:52.48).   
 Women's 400m 
 Hurdles - Final

 Results
Indiana State senior Stacia Weatherford, last year's runner-up, took top honors in the women's 400-meter hurdles, clocking a winning time of 57.62, a career best. Wichita State's Natalie Morerod (59.19) and Missouri State's Babolayi Oarabile (59.67) finished second and third, respectively.     
 Mens' 400m Hurdles 
 - Final Results
Indiana State swept the top-three positions in the men's 400-meter hurdles, with sophomore Jonathan Jackson (51.78) edging out junior Max Tuttle (51.82) and sophomore Arqeil Shaw (52.78). All three Sycamores recorded career-best times.
 Women's 200m - Final Results Missouri State took the top two spots in the women's 200-meter dash, with freshman Shavonne Husbands (23.56) acing out sophomore teammate Althia Maximilien (23.63). Illinois State senior Sade Sealy finished third with a time of 23.80. All three times were career-bests.
 Mens' 200m - Final
 Results
Indiana State finished one-two in the men's 200-meter dash, with junior Keith Housley (21.74) beating out last year's champion, senior Justin Baxtron (21.85). Wichita State junior DJ Lindsey finished third with a time of 21.92.
 Women's 5,000m - Final Results Shocker senior Aliphine Tuliamuk-Bolton crossed the finish line first in the women's 5,000-meter run in 16:43.64, winning her second event of the championship. Tuliamuk-Bolton becomes the league's third three-time champion in the women's 5,000-meter event. Illinois State senior Elise Sigg was second with a career-best 16:54.03, while SIU's Sadie Darnell was third (16:57.72).  
 Men's 5,000m - Final
 Results
Drake junior Brogan Austin took home the gold medal in the men's 5,000-meter run (14:28.53), while Indiana State freshman John Mascari finished second (14:34.08). Illinois State sophomore Ryan Rutherford was third with a career-best 14.38.22.    
 Women's 4x400m 
 Relay
Results
The Indiana State quartet of Shelby Higginbottom, Stacia Weatherford, Leeann Michl and Macey Black set a new MVC Outdoor Championship meet record with a time of 3:38.76. Missouri State (3:39.44) and Illinois State (3:40.73) finished second and third, respectively.     
 Men's 4x400m Relay
 Results 

The Drake foursome of Kai Asberry, Travis Marsh, Scott Goad and Brett Wright edged out UNI (3:10.84), clocking a time of 3:10.47. Indiana State finished third with a time of 3:11.46.